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2012 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer vs. 2012 Ducati Monster 796 Side-by-Side Comparison


Compare the 2012 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer vs 2012 Ducati Monster 796. The 2012 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer has an MSRP of $9,990, while the 2012 Ducati Monster 796 has an MSRP of $10,295.
 
KEY FACTS
   
Manufacturer Moto Guzzi Ducati
Model V7 Monster
Year 2012 2012
Class Standard Standard
Country of Origin Italy Italy
MSRP $9,990

PRICE QUOTE
$10,295

PRICE QUOTE
 
PRICE
   
Warranty 24 months 24 months
 
Engine
   
Cylinders 2 2
Compression Ratio 9.6:1 11:1
Engine Stroke 4-Stroke 4-Stroke
Displacement (cc) 744 803
Valve Configuration OHV SOHC
Starter Electric Electric
Cooling Air Air
Engine Type V Twin Longitudinal Twin
 
Seat Specifications
   
Number Of Seats 1 2
Seat Height (in) 31.7 31.5
 
Front Suspension
   
Front Suspension Size (in) 1.6 1.7
Front Travel (in) 5.1 4.7
Front Suspension Type Telescopic Fork Inverted Fork
 
Rear Suspension
   
Rear Travel (in) 4.6 5.8
Rear Suspension Brand Name Sachs
Rear Suspension Type Twin Sided Swing Arm Single Sided Swing Arm
 
Dimensions
   
Ground Clearance (in) 7.2
Trail (in) 4.3
Width (in) 31.5
Wheelbase (in) 57 57.1
Length (in) 86
 
Capacities
   
Fuel Capacity (gal) 4.5 3.8
 
Misc
   
Major Revision Year 2011 2010
Year 2012 2012
Manufacturer Country Italy Italy
Generic Type (Primary) Standard Standard
 
Weight
   
Dry Weight (lbs) 401 369
 
Transmission
   
Number Of Speeds 5 6
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel) Shaft Chain
Transmission Type Manual Manual
Reverse No No
 
Brakes
   
Rear Brake Type Hydraulic Disc Hydraulic Disc
Front Brake Type Hydraulic Disc Dual Hydraulic Disc
 
Tires
   
Rear Tire (Full Spec) Pirelli Sport Demon: 130/80-17 65H TL Pirelli Diablo Rosso 180/55 ZR17
Front Tire (Full Spec) Pirelli Sport Demon: 100/90-18 56H TL Pirelli Diablo Rosso 120/70 ZR17
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2012 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer vs 2012 Ducati Monster 796